I'm up (for a MMORPG)September 9 2001 at 6:58 PM
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Response to It Is All A Matter of Trust: Who is up for an MMORPG and why or why not?
The guild I'm in has people scattered amongst the current ones that are setup. Most of them were in Asheron's Call, but got burnt out after a while. Some have recently returned. A few are in Everquest. One or two are in Anarchy Online.
This could be the one that draws all of them together (well, either this one or the Star Wars one). I have faith in Blizzard putting out a good product. There's been enough lessons-learned from the current MMORPGs so that hopefully they will get past the initial problems they all seem to have quickly, and get on to the content.
Will it appeal to the current Diablo II majority? I honestly hope not. I don't want to jump into this game only to be barraged by waves upon waves of people littering the starting areas, begging for this or that, or asking for people to do quests for them while they tag along, safely out of harms way.
Myself, I'm up for some role-playing. I do so miss it, and this could be the prime environment to do it. The Warcraft world has more history and story behind it than Sanctuary, and I am excited to be able to dive into its future, without telling my foot soldiers to attack-move this square.
Devouring souls for fun and profit
- Lessons Learned Regarding Learning Lessons - Sirian on Sep 10, 1:45 AM
- Hmm - Sirian on Sep 10, 1:49 AM
- On who's learning the lessons - Voratus on Sep 10, 3:53 AM
- I dunno... - Lissa on Sep 10, 3:10 PM
- Well, If They Do A Beta Test - Occhi on Sep 10, 3:58 PM
- You need more than 90 days, trust me... - Lissa on Sep 10, 4:13 PM
- OK, I see your point - Occhi on Sep 11, 5:16 AM